Africa Room

Africa Theme Room

Upstairs on the dining room level

Bathroom with Shower in the Room

King Bed or Two Twin Beds

Cable TV and DVD Player

Maximum Two Guests

 

 

 

 

 

The Livingroom
Below you can see a view of the
livingroom upstairs.

The Livingroom Upstairs
Upstairs Livingroom
Irene Making Jam
Holland Room

Holland Theme Room

Downstairs on the family room level

Bathroom with Tub & Shower in the Hallway

One King Bed & One Twin Bed
OR
Three Twin Beds

Cable TV and DVD Player

Maximum Three Guests

Holland Room with Twin Beds

The Family room downstairs offers computer use and sitting area. There is complimentary wi-fi throughout the house. Come upstairs and visit with Irene in the living room. Coffee, tea, and hot chocolate are provided. Maps of the city are provided for guests and the grocery store is just a few blocks away (a 10 minute walk) Nearby you can find great pizza at The Moose's Tooth or fine dining at Kinley's (both about a 10 minute walk) The Jewish Center is a five minute walk away and we accommodate those observing the Sabbath.

Homemade Jams & Pancakes

<<<<Here you can see owner Irene making raspberry-rhubarb jam (from her garden) in September 2011. Irene's home made "jammies" are served every day with breakfast all year long.

 

 

 

 

 

Irene with a batch of her Dutch pancakes>>>>

 

 

 

<<<<Here is the back yard and garden in summer time.
 

 

History of Alaska European Bed and Breakfast

In 1968 Irene was a stewardess for Capitol Airways. She stopped over in Anchorage on the way to Vietnam on a soldier transport mission.  Here she met a young doctor who was building the first medical clinic in the nearby young community of Eagle River. He was the only doctor for 10,000 Alaska residents at the time. He delivered over 5,000 babies. Irene stayed in Alaska and helped “Doc” with his clinic and they were soon married. They had three boys together.  Irene went to work for the Municipality at Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau using her seven languages to build the international tour business from Europe to Alaska. She revealed an undiscovered land to the Europeans and taught the Alaskan tour community how to host them, making speeches all over Alaska. Within three years Irene went on to form Alaska Vacations International and was bringing large groups to Alaska from all across Europe.  She became known as the Mother of Alaska. In 1989 Irene purchased the home that you are in now. During the ‘90s two of her sons were running a couple of bed and breakfasts near the airport and were often overwhelmed with guests. Irene helped out by opening her home to the “overflow” from the boys’ endeavors. After the first year it became obvious that she should have to have her very own B&B because Irene truly enjoyed visiting with the guests from all over the world. Alaska European Bed and Breakfast was born and has been operating ever since.

Italy Room

Italy Theme Room

Downstairs on the family room level

Bathroom with Tub & Shower in the Hallway

King Bed or Two Twin Beds

Cable TV and DVD Player

Maximum Two Guests

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Family Room
Below you can see a view of the
family room downstairs.

Downstairs Family Room
Downstairs Family Room
A Batch of Dutch Pancakes at the Breakfast Table